A BNSF Dilworth, MN - Portland, OR vehicle train holds tight at Mile 36 of the Jamestown sub waiting for a fleet of eastbounds to come off of the single track at Magnolia.
A repainted BNSF C44-9W is the lead unit on a Dilworth-Portland autorack train, stopped at Mile 36 of BNSF's Jamestown Sub waiting for some eastbound traffic to clear.
Pulling south, the 4160 in fresh, new paint begins to lean into a sweeping curve at MP 108
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 4160 leads train M-BAKBAR1-12 as it passes through Tehachapi, California, on March 12, 2004. Note the unusual radio antenna array on the cab roof.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW 4160 sports unusual radio antennas on the roof of its cab.
Two C44-9W DPU pushers bring up the rear of an eastbound stack train at the famed Santa Fe location of Darling.
BNSF 4005 overtakes BNSF 4160, which is on a lower priority train, in Tehachapi, California.